Workaround: Do not set 802.11g datarates to Mandatory. Assume for a moment your guest has a browser home page that is https:// (443) or he / she attempts to open a https:// page, prior to the AUP.
The user is expecting to get redirected, but nothing happens.
However, not all devices are compatible, due to limitations involving proprietary interfaces.
This limitation is most common on network cameras, but applies to some PCI devices as well.
Symptom: Remote LAN client(s) fail association to wired remote LAN tunneled to WLC.
On OEAP 602 event log: *Jun 03 .066: (Re)Assoc-Req from 48:5b::bd forwarded to WLC, wired: yes *Jun 03 .082: received assoc-rsp for idx=3, status=18 From WLC debug client: *apf Ms Conn Task_3: Jun 03 .832: 48:5b::bd Sending Assoc Response to station on BSSID ec:c:c (status 18) Ap Vap Id 2 Slot 0 Conditions: WLC that supports OEAP 602 running 220.127.116.11 with 802.11g data rate configured as MANDATORY (6,9,12,18,24,36,48,54).
A major DSM update that includes: Cloud Station, ez Cloud Service, i SCSI LUN Backup, Desktop Widgets, Application Portal, Antivirus Essential, File Station Enhancements, Surveillance Station 5 Enhancements, Photo Station 5 Enhancements, Download Station Enhancements, Media Indexing Service, VPN, Syslog, Hotspot, Connection Manager, Configuration Backup Enhancements, SMART Test Scheduler, Apple Routers Support, and DSM mobile Enhancements.
Workaround: The client should attempt to open any HTTP (port 80) web page.We also provide a programme for manufacturers to ensure their products are supported in future versions of the i Catcher software.For more information, please see the i Catcher Manufacturer Support programme.In live mode all works ok, some delay but within acceptable.The problems are: When using the timeline view, its very slow to start showing the video feed.